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Review: La Roche Posay Serozinc

La Roche Posay Serozinc review La Roche Posay Serozinc is the latest cult French Pharmacy offering to cross the Channel.

This toning mist promises to target blemishes, marks and excess oiliness using just three ingredients: La Roche Posay's thermal spring water, zinc sulphate and sodium chloride. Zinc sulphate has healing properties, sodium chloride is an astringent and La Roche Posay claim that their thermal spring water soothes and softens the skin.

I've been using Serozinc for around four weeks so I thought I'd write a little review for you.

Firstly, lets discuss packaging. I absolutely love the convenience of the aerosol spray which makes application super speedy. We're talking 2 seconds here. Perfect for rushed mornings!

When used after cleansing Serozinc visibly reduces redness and tightens pores without leaving the skin feeling tight like some toners can.

I've noticed that my skin stays matte for longer which in turn makes my makeup last a whole lot longer. Always a good thing!

My skin looks visibly clearer than it did four weeks ago, and despite my good intentions and new years resolutions, not a whole lot has changed skincare or exercise wise.

If you have oily/ combination or blemish prone skin and you're looking for a new toner this is definitely worth a go. You can pick up the La Roche Posay Serozinc for only £7.20 from (link!)

Have you tried Serozinc? What did you think?



  1. I've been really wanting to try this it sounds so good! And it's cheaper than I thought, I have no excuse not to buy it now!

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  3. I've been dying to try this but I can't find it anywhere here in the states!


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